New Zealand seamer Kyle Jamieson breathed hearth with the brand new ball on Day 1 of the primary Test towards India at Basin Reserve in Wellington. The proper-armer, who was making his Test debut for the Kiwis, removed star center-order batsman Cheteshwar Pujara and India captain Virat Kohli. Jamieson examined each Pujara and Mayank Agarwal with bouncers and deliveries outdoors off-stump. Eventually, one such supply sealed Pujara’s destiny, who was batting on 11 on the time.
A fullish size supply outdoors off stump straightened and Pujara tried to defend it in direction of mid-on. But he was anticipating the ball to angle in, and the ball caught him abruptly. He received an out of doors edge on the ball and it went straight to keeper BJ Watling behind the stumps.
In his subsequent over, Jamieson went with a fullish supply outdoors off stump and Kohli determined to chase it. He tried to drive the ball previous the bowler, however received an out of doors edge and the ball went instantly into the palms of Ross Taylor. Taylor tumbled backwards, caught the ball in his fingers after which pushed it into his physique to make sure it doesn’t come out.
Jamieson jumped up within the air with jubilation over the wicket, with the commentators calling it a “dream debut” for the 25-year-previous Kiwi seamer. This just isn’t the primary time Jamieson made an impression on debut.
In the 2nd ODI towards India earlier this month, the quick bowler struck an unbeaten 25 off 24 balls, after which recorded figures of two/42 on his ODI debut to assist his aspect defend the overall of 273. On the again of his efforts, he grew to become the primary Kiwi worldwide to win the person-of-the-match trophy on debut.